"Cute" Feat


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Allright, one of our people pulled a "cute" Feat/trait, which caused her charm DC to gain 1 DC. WHat is this feat/trait, anad what book is this in?


I think the book is entitled "101 Ways to Punk Your GM."

Either that, or "The Complete Book of Shenanigans."

Then again, simply renaming "Spell Focus: Enchantment" to "Cute" would have the same effect.

If the PC has charm as a racial trait, they're not supposed to be able to take ability focus (monster feat) without GM approval.

The only "cute" reference I could find, for any 3rd party products was Too Darn Cute.


Possibilities:

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Charming Trait from the APG:
You gain a +1 trait bonus when you use Bluff or Diplomacy on a character that is (or could be) sexually attracted to you, and a +1 trait bonus to the save DC of any language-dependent spell you cast on such characters or creatures.

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Honeyed Words (Dwarves of Golarion):
You receive a +1 trait bonus on Diplomacy checks. In addition, you receive a +1 trait bonus to the DC of any charm or compulsion that does not provide ongoing control and results in peaceful acts, such as calm emotions, sleep, or a suggestion to lay down arms.

Not sure what else it could be.

You could just ask her where it's from.


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Cheapy wrote:

Possibilities:

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Not sure what else it could be.

You could just ask her where it's from.

Ah, i think its the "charming" one. I just couldn't think of the name for the life of me.


It doesn't affect charm person :-) CP doesn't have the language-dependent description. I can see the confusion though!


Or this...

Lore Seeker: The secrets of an ancient fallen civilization intrigue you, particularly the magical traditions of its highly mystical culture. You've studied magic intensely, and hope to increase that knowledge by adding ancient lore. You've come to the region to pursue that study, and chose the town as your base because it was out of the way of bigger cities—meaning less competition to study the ancient monuments in the region, you hope! You gain a +1 trait bonus on Knowledge (arcana) checks, and Knowledge (arcana) is a class skill for you. If you cast arcane spells, pick three spells on your spell list. You are particularly adept at casting these spells, so they function at +1 caster level when you cast them, and their save DCs (if any) gain a +1 bonus.

And she picked Charm Person and called it "I'm Charming".


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Certainly hope that's a trait, it seems terribly under-powered if that's a feat.

In any event, I can't find any a trait by that exact name on d20pfsrd and if they don't have I'm not sure who would. Sounds like a pretty reasonable bonus though if you were to make it a house rule.

I'd talk to the player because it seems like this is something that will inform you of their expectations/preferences for the campaign. Also, if you figure out the source, please let us know. I have at least one player in my own group who would giggle and say, "I want it!" if she found such a trait. :)


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Laithoron wrote:

Certainly hope that's a trait, it seems terribly under-powered if that's a feat.

In any event, I can't find any a trait by that exact name on d20pfsrd and if they don't have I'm not sure who would. Sounds like a pretty reasonable bonus though if you were to make it a house rule.

I'd talk to the player because it seems like this is something that will inform you of their expectations/preferences for the campaign. Also, if you figure out the source, please let us know. I have at least one player in my own group who would giggle and say, "I want it!" if she found such a trait. :)

It is "charming" in the APG. IT also adds a +1 trait bonus to any language-dependant spell that you cast. It affects people who are/could be attracted to you. Its under the social traits.

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